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2019 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults


The New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults winners have been announced for 2019. See the whole list here  ... Read more »

Latest ESOL newsletter – July 2019


In this update we farewell long-serving ESOL verifier Barbara Henricksen, and welcome new verifier Rosemary Gillies and refugee and migrant senior advisor Rula Y. Talahma to our team.  We remind you about ... Read more »

Do you understand the changes to NCEA?


In May, the Minister of Education announced the changes to NCEA that will strengthen the qualification for all our young people.The Ministry of Education is running 26 regional hui that are open ... Read more »

Celebrate Matariki


There are 3 titles in the Instructional Series about Matariki that you can read and share over coming weeks to increase your student's understanding.  Matariki Matariki Breakfast Celebrating Puanga at Ramanui ... Read more »

NEW Greedy Cat books!


In your school now – five all-new Greedy Cat books full of mischievous fun!There’s now a book for guided reading at each level of the colour wheel. Teacher support material and mp3 ... Read more »

New Ready to Read books


We have loaded the next set of Ready to Read books, these are now in schools and have supporting content online. These new titles have QR codes printed on the back to ... Read more »

New SJSL - Once a Panther


Once a Pantherby Victor Rodgerillustrated by Michel MulipolaThis fictional comic is based on the true story of the Polynesian Panthers in 1970s New Zealand. Inspired by the Black Panther Party in the ... Read more »

New SJSL - In His Blood


In His Bloodby Paul MasonNew Zealander Bruce McLaren was an internationally renowned racing-car designer, driver, engineer, and inventor. In His Blood covers several defining points in Bruce’s life, including his childhood struggle ... Read more »

Latest ESOL newsletter - May 2019


In this update we look at the ESOL funding statistics for period 1 (terms 1 and 2). We encourage you to join one of the 50 ESOL professional learning communities across the country, or ... Read more »

Boys and reading — mind the bias


National Library Services to Schools held a workshop to explore the reading interests and reading lives of boys in years 6–9 from 5 Auckland schools. Here's what they found. https://natlib.govt.nz/blog/posts/boys-and-reading-mind-the-bias ... Read more »


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